David Adefeso Reveals Vital Strategies For Building An Emergency Fund

David Adefeso continues to offer precious financial advice for his fans and followers. Check out his recent post.
‘Tips for making an Emergency Fund! – Track you expenses – Set monthly goals, aim for something attainable (2%) – When you get paid, transfer that savings amount immediately. – Reward yourself when you successfully meet your savings goal. We’ve been discussing how to choose a bank, how to save for an affordable college, how to create an emergency fund and MORE!’ David wrote.
‘This Sunday we’re doing our monthly Q&A episode of #WealthDemystified Send your questions to [email protected] and make sure you tune in to YouTube or Facebook this Sunday at 2p PT to get hear your questions answered live! Link in bio, see you there! Follow @david.adefeso,’ David captioned his post.
 
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Someone said: ‘”Your emergency fund is not an investment, it’s insurance with one purpose – to protect you and your family.” –Financial Guru.’
One other follower posted this: ‘Thank you David I’m learning valuable information from you that truly need.’
One commenter posted this message: ‘Tell your friend to reward herself with a healthy reward 🤦🏾‍♀️’ and a fan posted this: ‘@david.adefeso why doesn’t this ever work for me#EHN🙆🏾I don try#money is like water 💦 it slides straight thru my hands #not even juju work at this point.’
Not too long ago, David told fans what is important about money.
David Adefeso told his fans and IG followers that it does not matter how much money you make but how much you keep. Check out his post below.
‘It’s not how much you make that matters; it’s how much you keep! If you’re not saving when you make $40,000, you won’t save when you’re making $400,000 because the more money we make, the more money we spend,’ he wrote.
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